THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY.
Burnett Begins Charges
In Grid 'Fix' Libel Suit
victories in the shot put, the 3,000- ATLANTA ( P) -- Star witness
meter steeplechase, three-mile run George P. Burnett testified yester-
and triple jump. day in Federal Court that he
Rex Cawley and Jim Allen, fin- heard Wally Butts, former Georgia
ished one-two - as they did in athletic director, passing Georgia
Warsaw and Germany--in the 440- football information to Coach Paul
yard hurdles when Cawley caught (Bear) Bryant of Alabama last
his lanky teammate after Allen fall.
had stumbled over the last hurdle. Burnett, 41-year-old Atlanta in-
Carr Beats Drayton surance salesman, took the stand
Smooth-striding Henry Carr led on the opening day of the trial of
Paul Drayton to the tape in the Butts' $10 million libel suit against
220 in :20.9 with Drayton timed in the Curtis Publishing Co.
212 seconds. The firm publishes the Saturday
Morgan Groth, a converted mil- Evening Post which charged in its
er, edged teammate Jim Dupree March 23 issue that Butts and Bry-
in the 880, with both timed in ant rigged the 1962 Georgia-Ala-
1:48.1. Groth collared Dupree on bama game. Both denied the
the final turn and was coasting charge and filed separate suits.
home when Dupree made another Burnett, who said he was cut]
rush that fell just short. into the Butts-Bryant call acci-
John Uelses went 16 feet to fin- dentally, testified that neither
ish second to Pennel for the other Butts nor Bryant said anything
sweep. about football rules. Neither did
Frank Covelli scored in the they mention points, betting or
javelin at 251'101/2" for the other gambling, he said.
American victory. "Several times Coach Bryant
would ask questions and Coach
Butts would say, I don't know',"
Burnett denied a statement at-
tributed to him in the article,
written by free lance writer Frank
Graham Jr. of New York.
Under cross-examination, the
witness said he never told Graham
that Butts said Georgia quarter-
back Larry Rakestraw tipped off
what he was going to do by his
stance on the playing field.
In Davis Cup
By The Associated Press
WIMBLEDON, England - Rug-'
ged Mike Sangster outgunned
Sweden's veteran Ulf Schmidt in
a battle of cannonball services
yesterday and carried Britain to
the European Davis Cup cham-
pionship for the first time in 30
Checking a bad attack of jit-
ters in the final set, the Briton
won a gruelling, three-hour mara-
than, 7-5, 6-2, 9-11, 3-6, 6-3.
* * *
LAKE FOREST, Ill. - Veteran
quarterback Sam Etcheverry was
released yesterday by the St. Louis
Head Coach Wally Lemm said
the 32-year-old former Canadian
football great was released at his
If he is not picked up on waiv-
ers by some other National Foot-
ball League team within 48 hours,
he will become a free agent.
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Scheffing for Kell
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